Welcome from the other side of the country. If I may ask, are some of your siblings still with us. Quite a history of service your family has there.
My oldest brother George, passed two years ago- he was 94. Served in the Navy as a gunners mate on LCT 221. He was in the invasion of Sicily. Salerno, Anzio, and delivered wounded from the LST's from Normandy to England.
Oscar was in the 67th AR of the 2nd Armored Division from N. Africa to Berlin, then joined the Air Force and participated in the Berlin Airlift. He drowned in 1950 in a boating accident.
Robert was a heavy mortar crewman in the 334th IR, 84th ID later in the war and stayed in Germany on Occupation duty. He passed about five years ago. Henry was with the Army Air Force just after the hostilities and was in the medical corp. He spent most of his time state side. (He's 92 now and still goes hunting with his boys in Idaho and Montana.)
Chuck was in the Air Force during the Korean War and served in Guam. He's 88 and doing well .
Walter was with a Anti-Aircraft unit on the 105's during the Korean conflict but didn't go overseas. 86 and still pulls his travel trailer to his fishing places. I was in the Engineers and did 16 months in Korea , and finished at Ft. Louis in '63.
Thanks for the welcome sundance- what state do you call home?